Image from page 155 of "Illustrated catalogue of the valuable paintings and other art property recently contained in the William Schaus Art Galleries, Fifth Avenue, New York" (1912)
Authors: American Art Association
Publisher: New York : American Art Association
Contributing Library: Philadelphia Museum of Art, Library
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nder-roan steed. At the right of him, his hack to the spectator, anattendant, with a falcon on his shoulder, sits a blue roan, while facing us isanother, mounted on a dove-colored horse, who holds a bird on his upliftedwrist. Signed at the lower lift. Kit.. Fromextix. EM1LE VAN MARCKE No. 278- french (1827-1890) THE PASTURE—EVENING Height, 20 inches; length, 25% inches In the foreground of the pasture apale reddish cow, marked withcreamy white, stands a trifle inclinedfrom the front, but turning her headto the spectator. One horn showsagainst the rich red-brown coat ofanother cow, as she looks hack towarda brown with white face and chestwhich stands in the middle distance.Still farther hack a yellow cow islying under a tree which crowns theslope of the pasture at the right.Over at the left of the summit is a continuous mass of amber-brown foliage. Ablackberry hush with white blossoms occupies the right of the foreground.Signed <//»/ dated at /In lower right, k.m. Van Marcke, 69.
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No. 279- ANTOIXE VOLLON FRENCH (1838-1900) STILL LIFE Height, 24 inches; width, If1., inches On a plain deal table, partly covered by a green drapery, is disposed a whitechina howl, containing two very huge yellow pears and an orange. These areflanked by some amber grapes, while a hunch of purple ones lies at tin- right.Behind it stands a ^ilt embossed flagon with a wide, flaring lip, at the left ofwhich appears a deep blue bottle-shaped vase of Oriental ware. The objectsare seen againsl an orange tawny brown and greenish background. Signed at tht lower left, A. Voixoh.
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